Preview: The Armory Show 2017 – highlights from Africa, the Middle East and Asia

The Armory Show continues to expand with a new USD10,000 prize and two new curatorial sections.

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Kapwani Kiwanga’s largest show to-date, “Ujamaa” at La Ferme du Buisson – in pictures

La Ferme du Buisson reveals the artistic practice of multimedia artist Kapwani Kiwanga in anthropology, investigating popular and vernacular culture as well as the legacies of anti-colonial struggles.

The output of Kapwani Kiwanga’s social science inspired practice includes installation, sound pieces and video. In this new exhibition she has created three site specific installations which build upon and further earlier research the belief systems and Tanzania’s pre- and post-independence trajectories.

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Art internships and opportunities | James Cohan, Victoria and Albert Museum… and more

Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is an archive of openings in the visual art world.  Whether you are an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that will pique your interest. Every week … Continue reading

Preview: The Armory Show 2016 – Highlights from Africa and Asia

The Armory Show steps into its 22nd year with a headlining focus on African perspectives.

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Armory Focus 2015: Art from the Middle East, North Africa and the Mediterranean – in pictures

Armory Focus 2015, a curated section dedicated to art from a specific region of the globe, brings together art from the Middle East, North Africa and the Mediterranean at this year’s Armory Show.

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Armory Show 2014: China steals the limelight? Media round up

The 2014 Armory fair brought Chinese contemporary art to New York and tried to address the organisational problems of previous years, but did it impress the critics?

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Singapore Tyler Print Institute first Southeast Asian gallery to attend The Armory Show

In 2012, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute will participate in The Armory Show in New York City. STPI is the first Southeast Asian gallery ever to attend Armory.

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